Our now internationally acclaimed homeboy Huxley returns to the Hypercolour bosom with a fine two track EP that proves he isn't resting on his laurels, despite a stunning 2012, and crafts floor slaying tracks with big personalities like few others out there. In 2012 the Big Thing From Tring headlined festivals and clubs all over the world and turned in EPs and remixes for the likes of Tsuba and 2020, but might have saved his best for us. The A side is taken up with 'Bellywedge' which fuses together all Huxley's influences to date and reimagines them as something fresh. The result is a peak time track weighed down by a rich
bassline that writhes about of its own accord. A filtered and almost indecipherable vocal adds euphoric elements, but broody congas keep things ultimately deep. On the flip, 'Little Things' starts with an infectious, tinny two step skip before the kick lands proper and another bonafide Huxley bomb beings to take shape. It's meaty and pumping, with nimble basslines, arresting percussive hooks and a great sense of balance. Whilst you enjoy this latest Huxley bomb, also be contended with the news that he starts his own monthly Rinse.FM show on February 18th where the man will delve deep into his collection and
pull out gems old and new from across the stylistic board.